The "Brodeur is the Greatest" argument pops up again in a top 30 goalies list on NHL Home Ice. I expect this to be a taste of things to come in a season where Brodeur will likely break the records for most career regular season wins and career regular season shutouts, two records that are traditionally weighted heavily in the greatest goalie debate. Far be it from me to criticize a list that rates Tom Barrasso ahead of Frank Brimsek, Mike Vernon ahead of Turk Broda, and Chris Osgood ahead of Roberto Luongo, but I obviously disagree with the #1 ranking.
Actually, I've seen worse lists. The top half is not too bad, other than the guy at #1: the goalies he has from 2-5 are the same guys in my top 4, just in a different order. I think the wheels come off from #16-#30, but at that point the margins really do start to narrow.